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By Susan Sacirbey via
To shape a different global future in a world facing unprecedented humanitarian challenges — (130 million people in desperate need to survive) — relief activists and celebrities joined UNSG, Ban Ki-moon and the President of Turkey for this seminal two-day summit. — Read MORE —


Slavery & Its Victims To Be Memorialized at the UN
Diplomat Artist Buzz on slavery victims memorialized with this year’s theme for International Day – “Women & Slavery” paying tribute to the women victims & to those who fought for freedom from slavery & for its abolition.

80% of all people with disabilities live in a developing country & 50% of them cannot afford health care. More than 100 million disabled persons are children & children with disabilities are almost four times more likely to experience violence than non-disabled children.

Arise Review

Join Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey as he debates Violent Demonstrations in the Balkans at 10.39 minutes into program. But don’t miss entire news hour review for Every Culture, Every Angle: Pakistan/Afghan Government Talks w/ Taliban, China’s Territorial Claims of Disputed Islands, The New Haiti, Cancer Tidal Wave, NYC Fashion Week, South Africa Elections & Miner’s Strike, & Beatlemania – 50 Years.

UNESCO & The Slave Route Project (1994) reveal the extent & consequences of the trade & portray the wealth of cultural traditions – in art, music, dance & culture – that African people forded in the face of adversity. Marcus Miller, jazz musician, composer, & producer is UNESCO Artist for Peace.

Haiti, 2 1/2 years after the great earthquake is fading from public view, except for deadly cholera outbreaks. However, there is still a great need to rebuild from the destruction & also live up to promise to decisively change course of the island-country & its citizens. “Rebuild Globally” is one such organization seeking to make a difference.